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Aldi German Week runs Sept. 18-25, 2019 – Here’s a look at our favorite German sweet treats available at Aldi!
Prost! Another German Week is upon us!
It’s time to stock up on all of our German favorites, including pork schnitzel, pretzels, cornichons and, of course, the mustard.
It’s German Week at Aldi, which is like Christmas for mustard fans
— Andrew Beaujon (@abeaujon) March 20, 2019
But while you’re filling your cart with all that German goodness, don’t forget the sweet treats in store!
Aldi German Week Sweets
Aldi’s German goods are sold under the brand name Deutsche Kuche, which means German cuisine. Straightforward enough, eh?
First up, Doppel Keks. Think of these German classics as giant sandwich cookies. People rave about the super-chocolatey cocoa filling!
These Deutsche Kuche Domino cookies are a traditional treat in Germany, where they are called Dominosteine. They were reportedly invented as a cheaper alternative to other chocolates sold in German bakeries at Christmas. These cookies are gingerbread flavored, with layers of apple jelly and persipan. They are coated in your choice of milk or dark chocolate.
Jaffa Cakes in orange and raspberry flavors are also available during Aldi German Week. They have a sponge base, a layer of jam, and a layer of chocolate. Orange Jaffa Cakes even inspired this Aldi Jaffa Cake Candle!
In the freezer section, keep an eye out for the Deutsche Kuche Imported Strudels. They come two to a box and bake from frozen for a delicious warm desert treat. For this Aldi German Week, apple, caramel apple and fruits of the forest strudels are available.
Also sold frozen, this Deutsche Kuche Strawberry Cream Cake looks amazing! It has layers of cake mixed with strawberry cream, decorated with whole strawberries, strawberry sauce, vanilla cream rosettes, and white chocolate curls. I got a sugar rush just typing that!
Whew! All of these sweet treats have our heads spinning!
Which German Week sweet treats do you plan to buy?